Threepipe promotes ‘All Stars Cricket’ on behalf of the England & Wales Cricket Board

Despite the recent falling snow, our team are doing their best to start promoting a fantastic new initiative from the England & Wales Cricket Board called ‘All Stars Cricket’.

We are running search and paid social campaigns to raise awareness amongst parents of this programme, which offers all boys and girls aged 5 to 8 years old the chance to try cricket for the first time at over 2,000 UK centres. The programme offers eight one-hour sessions over eight weeks and is a fun and active series of sessions which also encourages parents to take part too.

Every child that takes part receives a backpack full of goodies including a cricket bat, ball, activity book, personalised shirt and cap as well as expert cricket tuition of course!

Check out the website if you’d like to get your own kids registered for this fantastic programme!

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